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michelle obama lunch, you get like one asparagus and one sprout, no big gulps. 15.9 ounces of a coke. that is our future. i just saw it. and i don't like it. >> phil is defending it, he said you can take control at anytime, but you don't have to just sit in the car, you can -- >> did you ask him why does a driverless car need to go anywhere? >> i didn't ask that. >> comments or questions, e-mail us. squawk@cnbc.c squawk@cnbc.com. it's like brave new world. i don't like it. coming up, morgan stanley's adam parker, nowhere in his notes does it say how negative he's been. we'll check on his call on markets. last time he was with us. and then larry summers, no shortage of topics to discuss. europe, the u.s. economy, taxes, spending, the fiscal cliff, the dollar. he'll join us live. we're sitting on a bunch of shale gas. there's natural gas under my town. it's a game changer. ♪ it means cleaner, cheaper american-made energy. but we've got to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the ec
capitalism. in michelle obama's speech she said it's more important to try than to succeed. it is not how much money you make but how hard you work. >> these are all good platitudes. no one is going to disagree money doesn't help happiness and we want to help people that need help. they put forward all these platitudes as if -- they have the good stances. they want to help children. the republicans don't. they want to help people get education. the republicans don't. they want to help people have retirement. every time they say that -- >> all they want to do is talk about it. look at who they're appealing to, people who don't understand what a profit is. what they don't understand is the people who help people are the people who make the most money because making money is a sign of how many people you helped because you figured out what the consumer wanted and gave it to them at a low price and that is how you got rich. >> as long as there is competition. now it's a global market place. >> it's always been a global market place. >> but our companies need to be as lean as they can to succe
they're doing for your kids. wind much like michelle obama's speech about saying don't chase the dollar. >> you need to do it on merit and you need to be able to fire them. >> and that is the sticking point. >> i'm talking about the teachers unions, not the teachers. of course you defend teachers. >> but a good teacher, and the difference between a good teacher and bad teacher a give teacher does not -- >> you can't be fired after two or three years for the rest of your life and you make twice as much as the average person. >> >> i'm not disputing anything i said. i'm just saying the best teachers i ever had, i promise you worked around the clock. just like you do, just like becky does. >> but the difference is that the union -- >> talking about getting summers off and making $71,000 plus $15,000 in benefits versus an average $47,000 -- are you going to say happy camper next? anyway, go ahead. >> the problem is it you're not able to weed out the bad teachers. that's the problem with the teachers union. >> i'm with her and you, by the way. >> you're not. >> we are. >> then i have to chan
that at all. >> did you hear any of that, tony? >> what about michelle obama? >> i think he just cited elizabeth warren's prime time speech. >> but do you have all the good positions, the democrats do. you care about people, not greedy money. you don't want to cut off health care for old people, you you love old people, you care about educating children. and by definition, i guess republicans are on the opposite side of all those positions which is a lousy -- you staked out all the good positions. >> this is working out great. >> it's difficult to run on that platform. >> it's that kind of rhetoric actually that really makes any kind of reform just impossible, right? because any reform of any existing system means that you are by definition, you know, just -- you want to create pottervilles in america by doing anything. >> it's working, though. >> i don't understand that at all. i mean, look, let's bring it down to kind of a reality level here. reform. okay. certainly i feel very strongly that the financial sector needs reform. and financial regulatory reform which dodd-frank passed un
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